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Old 01-29-2011, 09:10 PM   #1
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Can someone please tell me the length of the 05-11 'stang panhard bar center of bushing- to - center of bushing?
I am hoping someone has a stock unit laying around after lowering that they can put a tape measure to, or maybe an adjustable unit they haven't installed yet.
I have searched the forum ,but couldn't find any exact measurement.


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Old 01-30-2011, 02:19 PM   #2
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Old 01-30-2011, 05:22 PM   #3
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Default PHB Length

My guess is that there is no exact measurement; that each car depending on tolerances and equipment will vary, thus the need for aftermarket adjustable ones.
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My guess is that there is no exact measurement; that each car depending on tolerances and equipment will vary, thus the need for aftermarket adjustable ones.
LOLWUT? What you are saying is that every car out there has a different length panhard bar from the factory. Sense. This makes none.

OP, I'll measure mine for you later this evening to get you a rough idea. However, I did cut my stock panhard bar in half out of boredom one evening, so it wont be an exact measurement, be off by a few MM to account for the thickness of the saw blade.
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Default PHB Lengths

Good point. I guess that most "standard" Mustangs will have a common length.

However, I recently put Vogtland springs in mine and the body moved to the left (drivers side) at least 1/2", and I'm not as low as the Shelbys or Bullitts. Gotta be more than one length from the factory.
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OEM off an "06 GT 41 3/4" center to center.
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Old 01-30-2011, 08:10 PM   #7
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Perfect!
Thank you so much J2L06GT!!

Narrows my search for a panhard bar to fit my application!
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